Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and Care Services. IV. Conclusions


The results of these analyses illustrate some key differences between the HOPWA and RWP programs that affect the integration of housing and HIV care. The findings also suggest the importance of exploring and capitalizing on the strengths of each program and identifying ways they can complement each other, rather than working to maximize the impact of each program in isolation. Exploring program models that focus on the integration of housing and medical care services—and on the integration of HOPWA and RWP data systems and community planning processes—may lead to more effective use of limited HIV program resources.

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